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bit more defensive over the long holiday weekend. > especially with that situation in algeria starting to spark up. good to have you on the show. have a good trading day and a good weekend. > > thanks much, you too. the grounding of boeing 787s is expanding. after the federal aviation administration grounded all 787s operated by u.s. carriers, the faa's european counterpart issued the same order. as our cover story shows you, that list is expanding, with a lot of attention focusing on the battery system aboard the aircraft. polish airlines "lot," the first airline in europe to fly boeing's 787 dreamliner and bought ten of them, found its plane grounded in chicago after its innaugural flight from warsaw. susan witych was booked on the 787's return flight that was cancelled. in its place, the airline will rely on an older 767 aircraft. "i think it was a good decision. if there was any problem with the batteries, that's pretty important. it was a good decision. i feel safer." the groundings follow a series of mishaps in the u.s. and japan that include repeated instances of lithium-ion bat
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